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NPPL Super Seven
New Jersey 2003
August 2003

Photos By Jason Walker - Ultra Ego

The Angel 4 is the next generation Angel - it includes the low profile detent found on the Speed
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LCD electronics package gives more control and options than the speed
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The Angel 4 diffuser bolt face
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More milling, everywhere you look, even the backplate is textured
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Protected gauge position shows the Angel 4's operating pressure
Worr Gas 4500 PSI adjustable air system


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